Apple CEO Tim Cook hung out in Amsterdam over the weekend, where he had a meet-up with iPhone photographer Annet de Graaf and historian Koen Kleijn.
He traveled the canals of the city on Sunday afternoon, tweeting his appreciation of the “rich history and creative energy” during the meeting, where the three cruised along the canals in an open-top boat.
“Spending Sunday afternoon on the canals of Amsterdam with historian Koen Kleijn and iPhone photographer Annet de Graaf, “The Eye of Amsterdam” (IG: snapthecity). Love the rich history and creative energy of this city. Fijn om terug te zijn!”
Spending Sunday afternoon on the canals of Amsterdam with historian Koen Kleijn and iPhone photographer Annet de Graaf, “The Eye of Amsterdam” (IG: snapthecity). Love the rich history and creative energy of this city. Fijn om terug te zijn! 🇳🇱 pic.twitter.com/ieFFVguKWw
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) June 17, 2018
Historian Kleijn is known for the several books written or co-written by hime on the history of Amsterdam and the architecture of the Netherlands. de Graff gained fame for the photos of Amsterdam that she has captured using her iPhone.
de Graaf on her website:
The iPhone way of photography is pure. I can capture moments before they pass; I ‘own’ the Amsterdam streets with my iPhone for nearly 9 years now. I never use any other camera. Amsterdam is hiding stories, like a miraculous book, I simply reveal the pages with my lens.
Cook again tweeted about his travels on Monday, sharing information about his visit to The Netherlands, where he met with developers from game developers Lucky Kat Studios.
The Netherlands’ vibrant developer community is bursting with ideas and growing fast. Checked out the latest from @LuckyKatStudios this morning. Can’t wait to see their next game in the App Store! pic.twitter.com/b6w0qcLRxK
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) June 18, 2018